Move Prevailing Wage Dollars Out of Payroll and Reduce Associated Costs

By constructing a bona fide fringe benefit plan, you’ll increase profits. Submit more competitive bids. Build employee loyalty.

Direct Advisors maintains a thorough understanding of the laws governing prevailing wage in the construction industry.

Simplify the complicated process of complying with the Davis-Bacon Act or similar laws while saving money and building your business.

From fringe benefit plan design to plan administration to communicating the benefits and requirements to your employees, we’re at your side whenever you need us.

Find out how we can help you design and administer a bona fide benefit plan that meets federal and state contract compliance requirements. 

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DirectAdvisors Participates in Adopt-A-Family Program

DirectAdvisors Participates in Adopt-A-Family Program

DirectAdvisors is excited to help spread Christmas cheer this holiday season through the Adopt-A-Family Program! It is an honor to give back to our community, and to help those in need. We truly enjoyed preparing all of the gifts, and hope they help make for a special Christmas morning for the family.

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Tom Santa Barbara Speaks at Dannible & McKee’s Construction Conference

Tom Santa Barbara Speaks at Dannible & McKee’s Construction Conference

Tom’s presentation — entitled “Prevailing Wage Supplements: The Dos and Don’ts” — discusses the steps you can take to strike the balance between employer competitiveness and employee satisfaction, while remaining compliant. Tom will also discuss the new fringe supplement transparency rules and how to utilize annualization to your benefit.

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The DirectAdvisors Trust

The DirectAdvisors Trust

The experts at DirectAdvisors can help you design and coordinate a custom bona fide benefit plan solution that is right for your company, and that integrates with your existing benefit plans, insurance carriers, and brokers. Your plan can be designed in a way that relieves much of the burden and expense of government mandates.

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